Ideally, the new vehicle assembly plant planned for 2005 in Windsor, Ont., Canada, will be a 4-way partnership of DaimlerChrysler AG and suppliers, with subsidies from the Canadian government and the Canadian Auto Workers union. Partnerships in manufacturing may make Dodge M80 production feasible What is envisioned is a greenfield plant jointly built, paid for and owned by the auto maker and key Tier 1 suppliers, with Tier 2 suppliers located onsite as well. DC would oversee core ...

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